vaio x vid

I’m not entirely sure how an ad comparing a notebook to a sword is supposed to sell laptops, but I guess Sony wants you to know that the upcoming Sony Vaio X is thin. Really thin. Like 0.55 inches thin. We also already knew that it would weigh about 1.5 pounds, thanks to a light weight carbon fiber chassis, but Sony’s new promo video describes the laptop as having a “weightless feel.” Anyone want to call false advertising on this? Last time I checked, 1.5 pounds wasn’t weightless, and until I start to see laptops floating in air, I’m not going to start calling them weightless.

OK, now that I’ve got all of that off my chest, you can check out the new promo video for the Sony Vaio X after the break.

via Engadget


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6 replies on “Sony implies that the Vaio X is thin enough to slice you in half – Video”

    1. When I said same specs I meant more along the line of the 256 GB SSD, 2GB RAM, wi-fi b/g/n, Bluetooth, and GPS. I’m guessing we could see Intel CULV chip which would be more the enough chip for the system. And I should think this will be a Win 7 system which will work well with such specs.

      This isn’t so much a netbook as the last of the high-end sub-notebooks. And, as I said before Sony does us a favor when it puts these systems out to push the netbook makers.

  1. I love this thing.

    But I ain’t payin’ $1400 american for an atom processor….that can’t even run some friggin’ flash at the native monitor resolution on this thing.

  2. Drool. I don’t care if its over priced, the size and weight means any high price might just make it worth it. This is what they VAIO P should have been like…bigger, but the P sold so who am I to gripe.

    – Like like the full sized ports not funky proprietary ports that need special adaptors to work.

    – Not glossy! Not glossy inside or out!

    – Likely to have same specs as the VIAO P so and easy guess would be a $1,400 price tag

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